For the last year, Peanut Gallery have celebrated contemporary art in Adelaide Arcade. The self-funded gallery has seen a plethora of vibrant, quirky art on its walls, created by both emerging local artists and well-established artists from SA and around Australia.
Sadly, Peanut Gallery’s lease is up next month – but the pair who established the gallery (artist/curator Fruzsi Kenez and graphic designer Caroline Gliddon) are going out with a bang. Wanting to give the gallery the send off it deserves, the ladies have organised one last exhibition titled All Stars.
Opening this Friday night, the All Stars exhibition is exactly what it sounds like, and will showcase a range of artists who have previously displayed work in the gallery. Aside from the incredible art show, the opening night will include an art auction as well as beers and an exclusive house cocktail.
Get yourself along to this amazing little space one last time, and celebrate Australian art and Peanut Gallery in style.
What? Peanut Gallery: All Stars Final Exhibition
Where? Shop 115 Adelaide Arcade
When? Opening night Friday 4th of August 5.30-8pm
Exhibition runs 4th August – 31st August
Header image via Peanut Gallery Adelaide.
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